Indian Wedding Photography – Ameet and Swati’s beautiful day

I had good fortune of photographing an amazing Indian wedding of a Brooklyn couple who got married at the American Visionary Art Museum in Baltimore. The museum grounds are filled with unique art pieces which provided for a fun backdrop for my unique style of wedding photography.

I met Ameet through food photography circles, he’s a talented chef and you can check his site out here. The food at the wedding was all vegan Indian food and was absolutely delicious! Always nice when you get a good meal:)AMEET-AND-SWATI-1036AMEET-AND-SWATI-1087AMEET-AND-SWATI-1117AMEET-AND-SWATI-1099AMEET-AND-SWATI-1250AMEET-AND-SWATI-1203AMEET-AND-SWATI-1232AMEET-AND-SWATI-1229AMEET-AND-SWATI-1249AMEET-AND-SWATI-1313AMEET-AND-SWATI-1352AMEET-AND-SWATI-1291AMEET-AND-SWATI-1378AMEET-AND-SWATI-1494AMEET-AND-SWATI-1555

Ian McDonnell - Great images man – really enjoyed checking ‘em out.

kim - you capture the most incredible images! so intimate and glamorous. my MIL hired my photographer.. friend of hers…BIG mistake. Might be worth renewing vows to hire you ;-)

Kayode Okeyode - I’ve always wanted to photograph an Indian Wedding!

Lovely colours in these series of image; love those paintings on the hands and feet as well

Brad Ross Photography - As always your wedding photography is creative and beautiful.

Sunn - Its fantaboulous … I will pass ths to my frnds its awesome danny..

Web Redesign - Ultimate photography!!!!!!!!!!!1

Wedding photographers India - Yes very good pictures add here,so nice all picture quality.i also very crazy for Indian weeding photography.and your all images very creative…….

Taimur Ali - Love your photographs and the blog. Actually, come here often to get inspiration. Im a photographer myself. Check out TAli Indian Wedding Photography Chicago

Street Fashion Photography

For the past few years I’ve been shooting a feature for the website called “Street Scenes”. I approach people on the street and ask them about their outfit and then take a photo. This is similar to a feature in Time Out New York that I had read for years (its like the first page when you open the magazine) and also a guy named The Sartorialist, has made quite a name for himself doing the same thing. Although this feature hasn’t brought me the cover of a magazine just yet, I’ve been interviewed for a fashion website and had some of them featured in an Art magazine last year…so its a good gig.

I really enjoy this feature because I meet and photographed a ton of interesting people including models, musicians, CEO’s, EIC’s, Mo Rocca, Parker Posey, The Sartorialist, and a woman whose wedding I ended up photographing because of this feature.

I have hundreds of these photos in my collection over the past few years, and will probably post them here every once in awhile..but here are some from the past few months I’ve photographed in New York City2009_08_sarah2009_08_mateo2009_08_lindsey2009_07_mark2009_06_scout2009_06_khalil2009_06_eric2009_05_tash2009_05_josh2009_05_jill2009_08_jonathan2009_08_annatruus2009_08_beth2009_07_kiet2009_07_alanzo

Rima - I love it, they look like images straight out of a fashion magazine!

paint munky - kudos smoothie…great posing, mate.

Jason - Good work. Great portraits. What’s your hit-rate like, do you find many people unwilling to cooperate?

Maria - Hey Daniel,
You stopped me on the street a couple of weeks ago to take my photo. I am the stylist who was wearing the fur collared coat and stripped scarf and mitts.

Great site! Are you planning on uploading my picture? Also, my fiance and I are planning our wedding for this summer. Two ceremonies. Maybe we could use you?

I really enjoy your work!
Let me know.


Maria Lampeas

Chaba Vigh - Nice collection! You shoud make an exhibition with this stuff..

Marea Restaurant – New York City food Photography

I had the pleasure to photograph one of NYC’s most anticipated fine dining establishments recently. Marea restaurant is located on Central Park South and is headed by chef Michael White and partner Chris Cannon. The food is amazing if you have a chance to make it there, I highly suggest checking it out. I did all their food photography during the afternoon and then stuck around for dinner service to catch the action in the kitchen and dining room. I also took some audio which you can listen to while enjoying the photos. Just click the little play button below…. Bon Appetite!



Brad - Makes me pretty damn hungry. Good stuff.

Joan Polzin - Bravo, Dan! My fave is the picture of the lox and caviar. It is a double work of art, one created by the chef and the other by you. Congrats on this wonderful work. joanie

Fotografo Matrimonio - Really nice pictures.
I like the colour food on white.

Jamie Guigno - Gorgeous photography Daniel as always but you get better and better seriously! Listening tot he audio while checking out the photos adds such a nice touch….great work!

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JP Candelier - Really nice shots Smooth. Looks like a great restaurant too.

A lovely Jewish Wedding

I recently shot the beautiful wedding of Bethany and Yvgeny at the Round Hill House in Washingtonville, NY. The house where the wedding took place was really stunning, affording a lot of photographic opportunities despite the fact it rained for a bit. We were still able to find some great light and eventually the rain let up and the sun came out. Everyone had a great time there was a lot of Hora (traditional Jewish dance) and drinking (It was a Russian wedding so the the vodka flowed!)

Now for some wedding photographs:


The bride had trouble deciding between wearing her traditional wedding shoes and these sneakers. Since you couldn’t really see the shoes because the length of the dress she decided to go with the wedding sneakers.. I told her she should do what made her feel comfortable and I’d make sure to get great photos regardless:)


Here’s one example of a beautiful photograph by a second photographer. This shot below was taken by one of my second shooters, Jamie:

Bethany-and-Yvgeny--1066Now back to Daniel Krieger Photography:)


Jamie Guigno - Awesome!!!

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Engagement session – Jennifer and Dawn

Last year I had the privilege of photographing a commitment ceremony.. which was the first one I had ever photographed. I haven’t had the chance again until meeting Jennifer and Dawn, who hired me to cover their day this coming September. A few weeks ago the three of us met up for an engagement session and got some awesome photos. Dawn is also the creator of a fantastic wedding website called The Alternative Bride, focusing on same-sex marriages, commitment ceremonies, and basically all things wedding related. Dawn also did an interview with me about wedding photography that you can read through that link.

It’s also cool to check out her website because she’s blogging a lot about their upcoming wedding and I’m honored to be a part of it.. check out some of our engagement photos here:


Natalie - My friends are beautiful – and your work is flawless. Thank you so much for making them so happy and for your amazing work. :)

natalie - beautiful work Daniel. VERY IMPRESSIVE.

Dawn - Thanks so much for everything Daniel! We’re so happy with how everything turned out. We had a blast that day and we can’t wait for the wedding!!!

weddingchicks - yay! that’s our girl dawn! our very own bride blogger. we are so excited for their big ceremony coming up!
the wedding chicks

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